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BAE’s Al Whitmore: Internal R&D to Drive Efforts Under Pentagon’s DTIC IAC Contract

Al Whitmore

TYSONS CORNER, VA, October 29, 2018 — Al Whitmore, president of the intelligence and security sector of BAE Systems Inc., has said the company aims to build on its internal research and development activities to fulfill work under a multi-award contract with the Defense Department, ExecutiveBiz reported Oct. 2.

The company said Oct. 1 it will vie for R&D and support task orders exceeding $15M as one of the Defense Technical Information Center’s selected contractors in support of the DoD Information Analysis Center program management office.

Whitmore, a 2018 Wash100 awardee, noted that BAE aims to offer technologies such as artificial intelligence, directed energy and machine learning in an effort to help DoD address mission challenges.

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